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Oct 03, 2016 10:21 AM EDT

iPad Pro 2 Set to Debut Alongside with iPad Pro Mini or iPad mini 5

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The thrill and excitement that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have made towards consumers is about to die down since a lot of users are anticipating the tech giant Apple release of next generation tablets, which are being look forward to in early 2017.

Major analysts have inferred that Apple will launch its iPad Pro 2 together with iPad mini 5 or iPad Pro mini on March next year. Apple debuted its 7.9 inch iPad mini 4 last September 2015 and in March this year, the 9.7 iPad Pro has been released so the tablet frenzy is not dying out anytime soon.

An analyst from KGI research firm named Ming Chi-Kuo, who has been very much accurate when it comes to Apple devices, guesstimates that Apple will have to release not one but three new iPads in as early as March 2017. iPad sizes will also be released in three variants: 12.9, 10.5 and 9.7-inch versions, according to Macrumors.

Fascinatingly, the analyst never said anything about iPad mini 5 and his comments on the product could be inferred that maybe, the 9.7 inch repetition of the tablet size could be the newest norm on tablet sizes today.

The other two size models could also be the rumored iPad Pro 2 and a smaller version of it, respectively. Both of these tablets are expected to build in an A10X processor, according to Macworld.

Apple is expected to increase the capacity for storage on its older generation iPad mini 2 as well as iPad mini 4 in September, which may be a clue that the company is going to have some positive alterations in the next generation models.

iPad Pro 2 is also expected to have a more speedy display, as well as an enhanced Apple Pencil. But, with news and anticipations that the tablets are soon to be released in March 2017, all Apple fans out there can do nothing but wait .

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